Amy Pearson
Amy Pearson
University of Sunderland
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A conceptual analysis of autistic masking: Understanding the narrative of stigma and the illusion of choice
A Pearson, K Rose
Autism in Adulthood 3 (1), 52-60, 2021
“Masking is life”: Experiences of masking in autistic and nonautistic adults
D Miller, J Rees, A Pearson
Autism in Adulthood 3 (4), 330-338, 2021
A review of visual perspective taking in autism spectrum disorder
A Pearson, D Ropar, AF de C. Hamilton
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 652, 2013
Children with autism do not overimitate
L Marsh, A Pearson, D Ropar, A Hamilton
Current Biology 23 (7), R266-R268, 2013
Spatial transformations of bodies and objects in adults with autism spectrum disorder
A Pearson, L Marsh, A Hamilton, D Ropar
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 44, 2277-2289, 2014
Cognitive Mechanisms underlying visual perspective taking in typical and ASC children
A Pearson, L Marsh, D Ropar, A Hamilton
Autism Research 9 (1), 121-130, 2016
“Bullies tend to be obvious”: autistic adults perceptions of friendship and the concept of ‘mate crime’.
S Forster, A Pearson
Disability & Society 35 (7), 1103-1123, 2020
“This was just how this friendship worked”: Experiences of interpersonal victimization among autistic adults
A Pearson, J Rees, S Forster
Autism in Adulthood 4 (2), 141-150, 2022
Predictive gaze during observation of irrational actions in adults with autism spectrum conditions
LE Marsh, A Pearson, D Ropar, AFC Hamilton
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 45, 245-261, 2015
‘I felt like I deserved it because I was autistic’: Understanding the impact of interpersonal victimisation in the lives of autistic people
A Pearson, K Rose, J Rees
Autism 27 (2), 500-511, 2023
Using other minds as a window onto the world: guessing what happened from clues in behaviour
D Pillai, E Sheppard, D Ropar, L Marsh, A Pearson, P Mitchell
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 44, 2430-2439, 2014
Cutting our own keys: New possibilities of neurodivergent storying in research
H Bertilsdotter Rosqvist, M Botha, K Hens, S O’Donoghue, A Pearson, ...
Autism 27 (5), 1235-1244, 2023
From puzzle to progress: how engaging with neurodiversity can improve cognitive science
MAR Manalili, A Pearson, J Sulik, L Creechan, M Elsherif, I Murkumbi, ...
Cognitive Science 47 (2), e13255, 2023
A conceptual analysis of autistic masking: Understanding the narrative of stigma and the illusion of choice. Autism in Adulthood, 3 (1), 52-60
A Pearson, K Rose
‘I can actually do it without any help or someone watching over me all the time and giving me constant instruction’: Autistic adolescent boys' perspectives on engagement in …
G Pavlopoulou, C Usher, A Pearson
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 40 (4), 557-571, 2022
Anti‐ableist language is fully compatible with high‐quality autism research: Response to S inger et al.(2023)
HM Natri, O Abubakare, K Asasumasu, A Basargekar, F Beaud, M Botha, ...
Autism Research 16 (4), 673-676, 2023
Being, knowing, and doing: importing theoretical toolboxes for autism studies
HB Rosqvist, M Botha, K Hens, S O'Donoghue, A Pearson, A Stenning
Autism in adulthood 5 (1), 15-23, 2023
A reflective analysis on neurodiversity and student wellbeing: conceptualising practical strategies for inclusive practice
E Spaeth, A Pearson
OSF, 2021
Autistic Masking: Understanding Identity Management and the Role of Stigma
A Pearson, K Rose
Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd, 2023
Trauma informed participatory research: reflections on co-producing a research proposal
S Lonbay, A Pearson, E Hamilton, P Higgins, E Foulkes, M Glascott
Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement 14 (1), 1-8, 2021
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